Lockerbie

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France is threatening to block a resolution that would lift U.N. sanctions against Libya now that the North African country has accepted responsibility for the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am jetliner and agreed to compensate the victims' families. French authorities want a much bigger financial settlement for families of 170 people killed in another attack tied to Libya: the 1989 bombing of a French jet. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.

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